Manang Marshyandi Club head coach Chirring Losang Gurung believes that his team can deal Chennaiyin FC a blow to end their AFC Cup journey in a good note.
Speaking at the Pre-Match Conference today, Gurung admitted that his team is ready to win the show with doing smart things in the field tomorrow against Chenninyin FC.
“We are playing our last match of the AFC Cup tomorrow at home. Our main objective is to do well and end the campaign in good note.”
“Our last match against Abahani Limited has not evaporated our confidence. All the three opponents are very professional teams and we are yet to learn many things from them and the AFC Cup journey,” said coach Gurung.
Likewise, Chennaiyin FC coach John Charles Gregory addressed that they are hopeful to reach knockout stage.
“We don’t feel pressure to play Manang in their home field. We are the two times league champion and we have shown throughout the AFC Cup that we can perform under pressure.”
“It’s a most win match for us in order to qualify for next round. Hence we will try and produce a worthy performance. We are confident and surely do better to win tomorrows encounter.”
Chennaiyin FC, with 8 points can still qualify for the knockout if they win the match against MMC tomorrow but it will leave them looking at the match between Abahani Limited Dhaka and Minerva Punjab.
Three of the football clubs have been promoted to the C Division, Nepal’s third tier league.
The clubs are Jhapa XI, Birgunj United and Church Boys.
The teams will now play the Martyr’s Memorial ‘C’ Division League this season.
38 teams participated in the Martyr’s Memorial ‘C’ Division Qualifiers organized by the All Nepal Football Association.
In the last match of the Qualifiers, Birgunj United defeated Sports Academy Sanga 3-1.
Skipper Chaturdhan Chaudhary opened the scoring for Birgunj in the 11th minute of the match.
Ujjwal Lopchan Shrestha (57’) and Sabbir Chaudhary (77’) added a goal each in the other half to help Birgunj get C Division status.
Kamal Deuba had earlier equalized the score line SAS in the first half injury.
Kwik's Cup Match Results:
Central Point 2-0 Bardibash Boarding School
Binayak Kami Danda 0-3 Bardibash Secondary School
Birendra Secondary School 1-0 Janata Secondary School
Saraswoti Secondary School 0-3 Hathilet Secondary School
Lachamu Secondary School 6-0 Sishu English School
Birendra Secondary School 3-4 Motherland School (PSO)
Lelachamu Secondary School 0-4 Hathilet School
Janata Secondary School 8-7 Central Point School
Adarsha Boarding School 3-1 Saptarangi
Someshwor Secondary School 1-0 Krisha Nagar Secondary School
Jana Jiban Secondary School 2-0 Bidhya Jyoti English
Diwakar Memorial School 3-0 Khaireni Secondary School
Peace Land English School 2-1 Madi Secondary
Jana Jiban Secondary School 3-0 Someshwor Secondary (SEMI-FINAL)
Diwakar Memorial School 1-0 Peace Land School (SEMI-FINAL)
Diwakar Memorial 4-0 Jana Jiban Secondary School (FINAL)
Bhupu Sainik School 1-0 DPS
Merry Gold School 4-0 Kanchanjunga School
Maskot 2-0 GHP School
Little Flower 3-2 Southzone
Moonlight 1-0 BPC
Bhupu Sainik School 6-0 Marygold School
Mascot School 2-0 Trijudha School
Little Flower 4-3 Manakamana School
Bhupu Sainik School 3-0 Little Flower School
Moonlight School 1-0 Mascot School
Bhupu Sainik 1-0 Moon Light School (Final)
Saraswoti Secondary 1-4 Sadanand Secondary
Bhagwati Secondary 2-3 Bidhodaya Secondary
Sadanand Secondary 0-1 Mahendrodaya Secondary
Mahendrodaya 0-1 Bidhodaya Secondary
Siddeshwor Secondary 1-2 Pashupati Secondary
Tribhuwan Secondary 0-1 Annapurna Secondary
Pashupati Secondary 1-2 Panchakanya Secondary
Panchakanya Secondary 1-0 Annapurna Secondary
United Public School 4-1 United Academy
Radha Krishna Secondary 3-4 Siddhi Kali
Shining Moon 1-0 Aadhunik School
Suryodaya 3-0 Sindhu Subha
Vidya Sagar English School 0-2 Khitiz English Boarding School
Nepal Police School 5-0 Wisdom Community School
Dhulikhel High School 5-4 Nawaratna English School
Khapta Boarding School 4-1 Dilpeshwor School
Saileshworu School 1-0 Sahid Marthi School
Over 4000 of the school going players in the country are in action this week as Kiwik’s Cup Inter School Boys & Girls Football Tournament 2076 took place all cross Nepal.
The tournaments are all run by the All Nepal Football Association and sponsored by Kiwik’s- a product of Chaudhary Group.
Around 15,000 schools across the country is participating in the tournament. Top 16 teams selected from 37 districts will fight for the champion in the national level which has winning purse of Rs. 500, 000.
The second and third placed teams will bag Rs. 300, 000 and Rs. 200, 000 respectively.
55 match venues are hosting the tournaments.
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